From: Saturday, Jun 6th, 2020
To: Sunday, Jun 28th, 2020
Gay Pride Houston 2020
Pride Houston is one of the most colorful gay events to take place in the great state of Texas with a huge parade, a 10 day long festival and one amazing after party.
The main parade takes place on the final Saturday of the event. The Pride Parade leaves at 2pm from Smith and Lamar down Smith St to Walker where it turns right, continuing on Walker to Milam St and Jefferson St.
Festival from noon to 7pm near City Hall, at the intersection of McKinney St and Smith St.
Celebrate with over 425,000 people. The big After Party takes place from 10pm-3am at Rich’s.
Other events include the Pride Festival with live concerts from some of the biggest acts in the US. The Rock the Runway will feature some of the city’s top models in summer casual wear and more. “Fear the Queer”, known for their outlandishly raunchy and delicious performances that push the boundaries of drag and art, will host the after party.
Beat Houston’s summer heat with the Salvation Pool Party on June 14 at Clé, featuring three DJ sets and performances by local drag queens.
Finally don’t miss one of Houston’s most popular events, Unleashed, the sexy leather party hosted by Eagle Houston on the final Saturday of the pride festvities.
Here are the hotels we recommend that have good reviews and keep you close to all the action
Gay Map of CITY
Description of City
Houston’s gay community is located largely in the Montrose area. Here you’ll find many shopping, dining and cruising opportunities. The Galleria on the West Side, minutes from Montrose, is a great one-stop shopping destination, with 375 stores, restaurants, and entertainment.
The gay scene
Houston is a welcoming place where it’s virtually impossible to remain a stranger for long. The small-town feeling contrasts with this big city’s soaring skyline, world-class arts, and cuisine that’s as sophisticated and varied as you’ll find anywhere. The bar scene is varied too, from clubs catering to cowboys, leather guys, bears, and Latinos, to upscale lounges in the style of New York or LA, plus retro-music and alternative/arts venues.
A car is a must for getting around Houston’s sprawl. But if driving, observe the posted speed limits. Police here are vigilant. Metro has a fleet of buses and a rail network of three lines, red, green and purple, with 44 stations for getting around the city.
Recommended Hotels in Houston
The gay area of Houston is quite spreed out you will need to hire a car or Uber quite a lot to get to the different bars and events.
5 Star – Central Location
This 5 star hotel offers luxurious accommodation equipped with a desk, a flat-screen TV the in-room iPad allows guests to book spa appointments, order in-room dining, or call valet.
5 Star, Luxury
Set in downtown Houston, This 5-star hotel offers a 24-hour front desk and concierge, luxury car service, an on-site restaurant and spa. Guests can enjoy the rooftop pool and rooms with city views.
4 Star – Perfect Location
Located in the heart of, 1.1 km from the , this hotel features 3 on-site restaurants, a 24-hour fitness centre and a rooftop pool. Free WiFi & coffee maker
3 Star – Great Amenities
Located in the heart of, 1.1 km from the , this hotel features 3 on-site restaurants, a 24-hour fitness centre and a rooftop pool with sun deck.